Jul 28, 2003

WNET's Bill Baker decries the twin disasters of FCC deregulation and diminished support for pubcasters in an op-ed for the University of Minnesota's student newspaper.
The new Broadway show Avenue Q, produced by former employees of Sesame Street, spoofs the kids' show by dragging it "into a curse-filled world of Gen-X angst, unemployment and promiscuous, drunken sex," writes Jake Tapper in The New York Times.
Public television producer John Schott has a weblog.
"We've changed our strategy from being an exporter of British programming into being a creator of global programs," says Mark Young, president of BBC Worldwide Americas, in the L.A. Times.